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Man being led away past a police waterwagon after he was injured during the police baton charge at the civil rights march.

A thud. I didn’t know what hit me. Rapid pulsating in my head. With the second clout, reality struck. Christ, it’s a baton. I’m hit. Shouting “press, (...)

Turnover at Moy Park grew to a record £1.5 billion last year, with pretax profits hitting a high of £64.5 million.

Turnover at Moy Park, Northern Ireland’s largest company, grew to a record £1.5 billion (€1.68 billion) last year, with pretax profits hitting a high (...)

Nowhere gets on this list of Ireland’s best destination plates – part of our 100 best restaurants, cafes and places to eat in Ireland 2018 – through a(...)

Firefighters found “significant” levels of the deadly substance inside a property at Drum Road, Cookstown, on Tuesday morning. File image: iStock

A woman has died following a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a house in Co Tyrone. Firefighters found “significant” levels of the deadly substance (...)

The Police Service of Northern Ireland said there was no violence or arrests. Photograph: Amanda Ferguson/The Irish Times

There was a significant police presence in Belfast city centre on Saturday as several hundred republicans took part in the End Internment parade. How(...)

Eleven organisations in Northern Ireland, including the Dromore Diocesan Trust, have been named and shamed by the UK’s Department for Business for un(...)

Arlene Foster and Almac group chief executive Alan Armstrong in 2014. Photograph: William Cherry/Presseye

Pharma group Almac, which has its headquarters in Craigavon, Co Armagh, has reported annual turnover of more than £500 million for the first time in i(...)

New deal agreed with the Unite trade union will protect current terms and conditions at Moy Park, including workers’ shift premiums.

Bosses at Moy Park have agreed a 4 per cent pay deal with trade unions to avoid an all-out strike at one of the North’s biggest employers, sources hav(...)

Relations between Moy Park workers and management are said to have  deteriorated since US  group Pilgrim’s Pride acquired it in a £1bn   deal last September

Union leaders have warned that a decision on whether to ballot for all-out strike action at poultry meat producer Moy Park, one of the North’s biggest(...)

Almac Craigavon investment: (L-R) managing director Almac Clinical Services, Dr Robert Dunlop, Almac chief executive Alan Armstrong, and Graeme McBurney, managing director of Almac Pharma Services

Pharma group Almac plans to create 100 additional jobs in the North with the launch of a new cold store facility at its global headquarters in Craigav(...)

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